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Gordon Echtenkamp

President and Chief Executive Officer

YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas

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YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas

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Chief Executive Officer

Texas State Alliance of YMCAs


President and Chief Executive Officer

YMCA


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Association of YMCA Professionals

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The project, on the edge of downtown and within walking distance of the developing Arts District and the West End, has been one of several recent improvements in that part of downtown, said Gordon Echtenkamp, president and chief executive officer of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas.
The YMCA, which recently renovated its building, sits on the next block from what, for years, was a derelict building. "We have seen nothing but positives so far," he said.


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Pictured (l-r): Gordon Echtenkamp, President & CEO, YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas, State Rep.


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Earlier this Fall, Gordon Echtenkamp, President and CEO of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas, announced the YMCA and the Rise School of Dallas have formally merged in an effort to strengthen the Dallas community.
Currently, the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas provides full day licensed pre-school programs in various locations throughout the community and the Rise School of Dallas is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, a prestigious recognition achieved by only 9% of early childhood programs nationwide. Exhibited through this partnership, both organizations are fully committed to ensuring that all children, with and without developmental disabilities, receive a strong educational start and the utmost quality of care. "I am very excited the YMCA and the Rise School have taken his next step to merge to best serve our community. The work and mission of the YMCA for 130 years in Dallas has been evident in our effort to serve and nurture all children and families. The mission of the Rise School to provide one of the best early childhood educational programs for children with and without developmental disabilities couldn't be a better fit with the Y's mission," said Echtenkamp.


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Along with Congressman Veasey, Gordon Echtenkamp, CEO of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas; Tony Shuman, CEO of the YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth; Irene Johnson, Director of Quality Assurance and Program Development at the YMCA of Arlington; and Quin Neal, Executive Director of the American Diabetes Association of North Texas joined the community event to raise awareness of the importance of diabetes prevention.


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YMCA Building Strong Kids Campaign co-chair, Gail Madden, T. Boone Pickens, and Gordon Echtenkamp, president and CEO of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas share a laugh as Mr. Pickens receives a special thank you during dedication ceremonies - a sculpture of four children forming the letters Y-M-C-A.
Building Strong Kids Campaign co-chairs Garrett Boone and Gail Madden, T. Boone Pickens, YMCA president and CEO Gordon Echtenkamp, and Dallas mayor Tom Leppert prepare to cut the ribbon opening the newly renamed Downtown YMCA as the T. Boone Pickens YMCA. "We are thrilled that Mr. Pickens, a longtime health advocate, chose to help make this great project a reality," says Gordon Echtenkamp, president and chief executive of YMCA Metropolitan Dallas.


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